International Journal of Disaster Risk Science

Papers
(The TQCC of International Journal of Disaster Risk Science is 10. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-04-01 to 2024-04-01.)
ArticleCitations
Disaster Risk Science: A Geographical Perspective and a Research Framework58
Reviewing the Oceanic Niño Index (ONI) to Enhance Societal Readiness for El Niño’s Impacts52
A Building Classification System for Multi-hazard Risk Assessment43
The Importance of Digital Elevation Model Selection in Flood Simulation and a Proposed Method to Reduce DEM Errors: A Case Study in Shanghai34
A Likert Scale-Based Model for Benchmarking Operational Capacity, Organizational Resilience, and Disaster Risk Reduction33
Remote Sensing Based Rapid Assessment of Flood Crop Damage Using Novel Disaster Vegetation Damage Index (DVDI)33
Five Years Later: Assessing the Implementation of the Four Priorities of the Sendai Framework for Inclusion of People with Disabilities32
Five Years Beyond Sendai—Can We Get Beyond Frameworks?31
Linking a Storm Water Management Model to a Novel Two-Dimensional Model for Urban Pluvial Flood Modeling31
Closing the Gaps in Disaster Management and Response: Drawing on Local Experiences with Cyclone Idai in Chimanimani, Zimbabwe31
Thirty Years of Science, Technology, and Academia in Disaster Risk Reduction and Emerging Responsibilities28
“What is a Sociologist Doing Here?” An Unconventional People-Centered Approach to Improve Warning Implementation in the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction27
The Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction at Five: Lessons from the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami27
New Realization of Disaster Risk Reduction Education in the Context of a Global Pandemic: Lessons from Japan26
Health Emergency and Disaster Risk Management: Five Years into Implementation of the Sendai Framework25
A Critical Review of Social Resilience Properties and Pathways in Disaster Management25
Leveraging Hazard, Exposure, and Social Vulnerability Data to Assess Flood Risk to Indigenous Communities in Canada25
A Rapid Prediction Model of Urban Flood Inundation in a High-Risk Area Coupling Machine Learning and Numerical Simulation Approaches22
What We Measure Matters: The Case of the Missing Development Data in Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction Monitoring21
Participatory Mapping and Visualization of Local Knowledge: An Example from Eberbach, Germany20
Multiperiod Optimal Allocation of Emergency Resources in Support of Cross-Regional Disaster Sustainable Rescue20
Quick Response Disaster Research: Opportunities and Challenges for a New Funding Program19
Disaster Risk Resilience: Conceptual Evolution, Key Issues, and Opportunities18
Machine Learning-Based Evaluation of Susceptibility to Geological Hazards in the Hengduan Mountains Region, China18
Implementing the Sendai Framework in Africa: Progress Against the Targets (2015–2018)18
Long-Term Improvement in Precautions for Flood Risk Mitigation: A Case Study in the Low-Lying Area of Central Vietnam17
An Inquiry into Success Factors for Post-disaster Housing Reconstruction Projects: A Case of Kerala, South India17
Intensive Versus Extensive Events? Insights from Cumulative Flood-Induced Mortality Over the Globe, 1976–201617
A Dynamic Emergency Decision-Making Method Based on Group Decision Making with Uncertainty Information17
Supply–Demand Analysis of Urban Emergency Shelters Based on Spatiotemporal Population Estimation17
Linkages Between Tropical Cyclones and Extreme Precipitation over China and the Role of ENSO17
Variability in Regional Ecological Vulnerability: A Case Study of Sichuan Province, China17
Remembering, Forgetting, and Absencing Disasters in the Post-disaster Recovery Process16
Barriers to Insurance as a Flood Risk Management Tool: Evidence from a Survey of Property Owners16
Disaster Risk Management Through the DesignSafe Cyberinfrastructure16
Progress Toward Implementing the Sendai Framework, the Paris Agreement, and the Sustainable Development Goals: Policy from Aotearoa New Zealand16
Effects of Risk Perception on Disaster Preparedness Toward Typhoons: An Application of the Extended Theory of Planned Behavior16
Extracting Natech Reports from Large Databases: Development of a Semi-Intelligent Natech Identification Framework15
Evolution of Collaborative Governance in the 2015, 2016, and 2018 Myanmar Flood Disaster Responses: A Longitudinal Approach to a Network Analysis15
Spatiotemporal Trend Analysis of Precipitation Extremes in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam During 1980–201715
Measuring Resilience in the Assumed City15
Critiquing and Joining Intersections of Disaster, Conflict, and Peace Research15
Public Risk Perception Attitude and Information-Seeking Efficacy on Floods: A Formative Study for Disaster Preparation Campaigns and Policies15
Modified Usability Framework for Disaster Apps: A Qualitative Thematic Analysis of User Reviews15
Lessons from the Mainland of China’s Epidemic Experience in the First Phase about the Growth Rules of Infected and Recovered Cases of COVID-19 Worldwide14
Decision Making for Managing Community Flood Risks: Perspectives of United States Floodplain Managers14
Perception of Disasters and Land Reclamation in an Informal Settlement on Reclaimed Land: Case of the BASECO Compound, Manila, the Philippines14
The Challenging Place of Natural Hazards in Disaster Risk Reduction Conceptual Models: Insights from Central Africa and the European Alps13
Barriers and Drivers for Mainstreaming Nature-Based Solutions for Flood Risks: The Case of South Korea13
The Perception of Flood Risks: A Case Study of Babessi in Rural Cameroon13
Natural and Socioeconomic Factors and Their Interactive Effects on House Collapse Caused by Typhoon Mangkhut13
Simulation Performance Evaluation and Uncertainty Analysis on a Coupled Inundation Model Combining SWMM and WCA2D13
Dynamic Spatio-Temporal Tweet Mining for Event Detection: A Case Study of Hurricane Florence13
Building-Back-Better in Post-Disaster Recovery: Lessons Learnt from Cyclone Idai-Induced Floods in Zimbabwe12
Social Vulnerability Factors and Reported Post-Disaster Needs in the Aftermath of Hurricane Florence12
Rapid Prediction Model for Urban Floods Based on a Light Gradient Boosting Machine Approach and Hydrological–Hydraulic Model12
Effects of Rainfall and Underlying Surface on Flood Recession—The Upper Huaihe River Basin Case12
A Global Analysis of the Relationship Between Urbanization and Fatalities in Earthquake-Prone Areas11
A River Flood and Earthquake Risk Assessment of Railway Assets along the Belt and Road11
Evacuating a First Nation Due to Wildfire Smoke: The Case of Dene Tha’ First Nation11
Wind Erosion Climate Change in Northern China During 1981–201611
A Reverse Dynamical Investigation of the Catastrophic Wood-Snow Avalanche of 18 January 2017 at Rigopiano, Gran Sasso National Park, Italy11
Mapping the Global-Scale Maize Drought Risk Under Climate Change Based on the GEPIC-Vulnerability-Risk Model11
Farmers’ Demand for Informal Risk Management Strategy and Weather Index Insurance: Evidence from China11
Measuring Natural Hazard-Related Disasters through Self-Reports11
Amplification of Flood Risks by the Compound Effects of Precipitation and Storm Tides Under the Nonstationary Scenario in the Coastal City of Haikou, China11
Development and Social Implementation of Smartphone App Nige-Tore for Improving Tsunami Evacuation Drills: Synergistic Effects Between Commitment and Contingency11
Uncertainty Reduction Through Data Management in the Development, Validation, Calibration, and Operation of a Hurricane Vulnerability Model10
Challenges Associated with Creeping Disasters in Disaster Risk Science and Practice: Considering Disaster Onset Dynamics10
When Disaster Risk Management Systems Fail: The Case of Cyclone Idai in Chimanimani District, Zimbabwe10
Carbon Emission Risk and Governance10
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